Thea Sinensis

The Many Benefits of Thea Sinensis


English Name: Camellia Sinensis


Latin Name: Camellia Sinensis, Theaceae family


Type: Homeopathic


What is Thea Sinensis Made From?

Thea Sinensis is prepared from the Camellia Sinensis plant, an evergreen shrub native to China whose leaves are used to make green tea.


What is Thea Sinensis?

Thea Sinensis is a homeopathic remedy used to promote calm nerves and healthy vascular function. It is also used for overall immune system support.


Homeopathic medicines may be produced from healing substances, neutral substances, or highly toxic substances. Yet through the unique homeopathic process, they all become safe, deep acting medicines. In fact, remedies made from poisonous or toxic material have effects opposite from the original substance. Homeopathic remedies are based on the belief that “like cures like,” in tiny dilution.


Medicinal Uses of Thea Sinensis

Key homeopathic uses for Thea Sinensis include calming the nervous system and relaxing the brain. Rich in antioxidants, it supports the immune system and may help protect the heart and blood vessels.


From a homeopathic remedy profile perspective, Thea Sinensis is well-suited to individuals with an overactive nervous system, and who quarrel over seemingly insignificant things. Children and adults who tend toward restlessness and violent tendencies can benefit from Thea Sinensis.


Products Featuring Thea Sinensis

For Humans:

Behavior-Rite™ for Balanced Mood & Temper


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The content provided is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have a health condition, please consult a medical professional and do not use this information to self-diagnose or self-treat.



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Reviewed by Master Herbalist, Mary Ellen Kosanke

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